An easy drinking style of rose with a touch of strawberries through to a fresh, off dry finish, the palate is lively, displaying sweet red berry fruits that are nicely balanced by a fresh acidity.
|Grapes||Sangiovese 69%, Barbera 17%, Shiraz 13%, Others 1%|
|Name||Broken Shackle Classic Rosé|
Broken Shackle Classic Rosé is made from an unusual grape assemblage which makes for a well-structured wine.
Having established his own vineyard in 1996 in South Australia’s Eden Valley, Bob Berton purchased a state-of-the-art winery in Yenda in 2007 and now sources fruit in the heart of the Riverina from vines which have been spur pruned. The wine is fermented in stainless steel to retain freshness.